COLLOQUIA AND CLINICAL PROGRAMS

Fall 2006 Hauser Colloquium

Hauser Globalization and Its Discontents Colloquium 2006:
Public and Private in Global Governance
(L05.4530)

Professors Benedict Kingsbury & Richard Stewart

Vanderbilt Hall 202
Wednesdays, 2:00-4:00 PM

 


Format: Colloquium (2 credits).

Course Requirements

Bibliography

Class Assignments and Background Reading (students)

 

Schedule of Sessions

September 13
Speaker: Sabino Cassese, Italian Constitutional Court and University of Rome “La Sapienza”
Paper for Discussion: A Global Due Process of Law?
Discussant: Richard Stewart, NYU Law School

September 20
Speaker: Richard Stewart, NYU Law School
Paper for Discussion: Accountability and the Discontents of Globalization: US and EU Models for Regulatory Governance
Discussant: Robert Kagan, University of California at Berkeley, Visiting Professor, NYU Law School

October 4
Speaker: Eran Shamir-Borer, NYU Law School
Paper for Discussion: The Evolution of Administrative Law-Type Principles, Mechanisms and Practices in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Discussant: Robert Keohane, Princeton University

October 11
Speaker: Leslie Green, Osgoode Hall Law School and NYU Global Faculty
Paper for Discussion: Globalization, Civil Disobedience, and the Rule of Law
Discussant: Stephen Holmes, NYU Law School

October 18  This session will run 2pm-4pm then continue until approx 5pm.
Speakers: Jean-Bernard Auby, Sciences-Po, Paris and Laura Dickinson, University of Connecticut Law School.
Papers for Discussion:

Discussant: Fabrizio Carfaggi, European University Institute

November 1
Speaker: John Ferejohn, Stanford and NYU Law School
Paper for Discussion: Accountability In a Global Context
Discussant: Ryan Goodman, Harvard Law School

November 8
Speakers (co-authored with Philip Pettit): Robert Keohane and Stephen Macedo, both Princeton University and in residence at NYU Law School
Paper for Discussion: Discussion to Democracy - Enhancing Multilateralism
Discussant: Rick Pildes, NYU Law School

November 15
Speaker: Benedict Kingsbury, NYU Law School
Paper for Discussion: A New Jus Gentium?
Discussant: Mattias Kumm, NYU Law School

FRIDAY November 17 (Special Workshop Session, 1pm-3:30pm, held in Faculty Library)
Topic: Accountability in Global Governance
Participants include (with several others): Jerry Mashaw, Yale Law School; Robert Kagan, University of California at Berkeley; John Ferejohn, Stanford and NYU Law School; Jeremy Waldron, NYU Law School; Rick Pildes, NYU Law School; Ryan Goodman, Harvard Law School;Grainne de Burca, Fordham Law School; Fabrizio Cafaggi, European University Institute; Cindy Estlund, NYU Law School; Steve Macedo, NYU Law School; Joseph Weiler, NYU Law School
Case Studies and Issues for Discussion

Readings:
John Ferejohn, Accountability In a Global Context
Richard Stewart, Accountability and the Discontents of Globalization: US and EU Models for Regulatory Governance (Sections I and II only)
Robert Keohane, Memo for Nov. 17 - Accountability Workshop: Global Administrative Law Seminar
Robert Keohane, Accountability in World Politics
Grant and Keohane: Table
Jerry Mashaw, Issues in Legal Scholarship: Table (page 28)
Benedict Kingsbury, Nico Krisch and Richard Stewart, The Emergence of Global Administrative Law

Nov 22  No class

Nov 29
Speaker: Horatia Muir Watt, University of Paris I
Paper for Discussion: Global Regulatory Governance: An Outsider's Perspective
Discussant: Hannah Buxbaum, Indiana

Dec 6  Student Paper Presentations